Glock 9mm 100 Round C-Mag Magazine

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Beta Company is taking pre-orders for a C-MAG for the 9mm Glock. This huge magazine weights two pounds (unloaded) and holds 100 rounds of 9mm Luger/Parabellum. It is shipped with a magazine loader, a pouch and tubes of graphite. At $390 (for the clear plastic back model) it is not cheap, but then neither is dumping 100 rounds of ammo. The magazine ships in 12 – 16 weeks.

If you already own a 9mm C-Mag for another gun, FirePower Solutions have developed a range of magazine adapters that allow the 100 round 9mm Beta C-MAG to work with the Glock 17, 18 and 19 and unlike the Glock C-MAG, is available now.

It is sad that magazine technology has come so far in the past few decades, but magazine loading technology has not caught up. This magazine is crying out for a robotic magazine loader :)


Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Nathaniel

    With all those dummy rounds it seems… Inefficient.

    • noob

      It is a pity to need the chain of dummy rounds, but it was the only way they could think of to get the live rounds up the feed tower. The dummy rounds are essentially a really tall, flexible follwer.

      • Nathaniel

        Right, but that adds a great deal of size and weight. Puts this solidly in the category of “expensive range toy” to me.

  • Nater

    Isn’t the Kriss sub gun/carbine going to be available in 9mm at some point? I think I remember hearing them mention that they were going to release 9x19mm and .40 S&W variants of it. If not, then Beta needs to work on one of these for the Glock 21/30.

    • Sid

      I have a G21 because I prefer .45ACP. But I may as well have built my own gun. There are so many after market accessories for the G17/19 that are NOT available for the G21. Holsters, magazines, etc….

  • noob

    So this magazine should fit into a Kel-Tec Sub2000.

    also Lone Wolf Distributors makes a G9 glock mag carbine using a modified AR 15 receiver, but I’ve heard bad things about their upper/lower compatibility.

    http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Products.aspx?CAT=288

    Would any of those oversized glock-with-stock shells like the Roni or the HERA Arms kit make sense with this large beta mag? Having three points of contact might relieve operator fatigue when swinging around all that lead under your weapon.

    any other weapons take this magazine? Can any of them handle the super powerful russian 9x19mm 7N21 (not that it’s available, but just for interest sake)?

  • SpudGun

    I see that the brass catcher on the side of the RONI kit is worth it’s weight in gold…

    So you go out and buy a full auto Glock for it’s compact size and concealability and then you put two frying pans on the bottom of it. Like a lot of ‘solutions’ in the firearm industry, I think I’m missing the point entirely.

    It’s a question I’ve asked in the past and I’ll ask it again – ‘What’s it for?’

    • Bryan S.

      How about the 9mm carbines that use glock magazines?

    • Christopher_T.

      “What’s it for?”

      Zombie invasion, man…They’re COMING!”

    • Andy from West Haven

      I agree, SG. For those that are allowed to CCW a G18 (a scant few of us), 19+1 (+2 floor plate) in the gun and a trio of 33 round mags is the way to go. Where the hell would you conceal this 100 rounder as backup? In a small backpack?

      Anyway, popping off a 100 round mag in a semi-auto pistol isn’t nearly as exciting. You know what that 100 rounder does though? It reminds most people that they will probably never have or even fire a G18.

    • http://www.predatorwild.com Heath

      FUN !!!

      • noob

        especially when loaded with incendiary rounds. In a full auto converted Glock 17.

  • Buster charlie

    Im thinking calico was heading in the right direction.

    • Submariner 116610LV

      Yeah what happened to Calico, are they still in business?

      • noob

        Semi auto only calicos are being newly manufactured.

        http://calicolightweaponsystems.com/home/

        the liberty 100 tactical upgrades the sights considerably by adding a rail system for a red-dot.

        previously the rear sight was a lump of plastic with a notch in it, moulded into the detachable magazine.

    • noob

      I think the original Calico got into trouble for slamfires and crappy-plastic-moulded-into-the-detachable-magazine sights, and didn’t get taken up in the police market like they wanted. A pity, because they had a nifty speed loader that loaded the 100 rd helical mag as fast as you could turn the crank.

      In Russia and China, the Bizon and the Chang Feng took the idea to it’s logical conclusion.

      In the US the closest we get to the concept is a AR five-seven upper, I think.

      Is there something inherently not cost effective about a supercapacity smg/pdw?

      or is it that the machine gun ban limited the market so much to basically PMCs and Government Procurement that it was difficult to enter the game as a new company?

    • noob

      Semi auto only calicos are being newly manufactured.

      http://calicolightweaponsystems.com/home/

      the liberty 100 tactical upgrades the sights considerably by adding a rail system for a red-dot.

      previously the rear sight was a lump of plastic with a notch in it, moulded into the detachable magazine.

      • noob

        sorry about the double post. hit the wrong reply link.

    • SpudGun

      Unfortunately, helical magazines (so far) have proved to be unreliable due to the intricate and fragile nature of their internals. Mags get dropped on the ground a lot and it doesn’t take much to get one bent out of shape.

      It’s a shame as I really like them as a concept.

  • 18D

    I can think of a few things to do with this! I agree that most recreational shooters won’t have a need, but this could be a huge hit in competition, glock/subgun conversions, and defensive (offensive) use. Really cool product. I just hope it has better reliability than the AR C-Mags.

  • Bryan S.

    Want one in .40S&W

  • gir6543

    this is defiantly ridiculous enough to make it into the next call of duty. i fully expect to be firing one of these in game while riding on a vehicle of some kind and dodging a ridiculous amount of explosives

  • gir6543

    this is defiantly ridiculous enough to make it into the next call of duty. i fully expect to be firing one of these in game while riding on a vehicle of some kind and dodging a ridiculous amount of explosives.

    • Mobious

      Firing two full auto Glocks with extended mags, still being able to reload quickly and killing everyone else even if it were a heavy machine gunner is ridiculous enough. Some guys win with the best shot, some guys win because they can constantly shoot at everything, or at least that’s what they’re thinking when they decide to purchase one of these…

  • gir6543

    shoot sorry admin, please delete repost. and know that apparently even if you dont enter a correct email i guess it still posts your comment. sorry to clutter your page w. duplicates

  • mosinman

    what i wanna know , is , wouldn’t that heavy magazine full of ammo, have to potential to damage the magazine release device?

  • ap

    legend

  • cc19

    Who else caught this mag’s phallic resemblance? What has been seen cannot be unseen.

    • dudemeister

      Really? You people are quite disturbed.

    • Zermoid

      Damn, I hate you for putting that image in my already sick and twisted mind!

  • Lance

    Too heavy and bulky for practical use. FUN for killing zombies LOL.

  • JT

    Maybe a better match for a sub-2000? It’s too bad that no FA sub-2000’s will ever be made. It would be a hoot to blast through rounds on an inexpensive gun like that.

  • Alaskan

    Moreover,when will I see this available in the the next “Call of Duty” game?

  • James

    Hopefully when I am rich enough to afford one of those, I can also afford to pay someone to load it for me.

    100 rounds would be a bit of a pain

  • elk hunter

    How about one in 10mm Auto for the Glock model 20?

    • Jeremy

      I would much rather see one in .40 or .45… 100 rounds of 10mm is just unnescicary….

  • Netforce

    Though he uses Beretta, Robocop would love to have this sort of magazine handy.

  • http://www.federaleagent86.blogspot.com/ Federale

    Luger is a model of pistols, Parabellum is the cartridge.

  • Nicks87

    Let’s see a 1911 fire 100 rnds full auto.

    Lol, KABOOM is the last thing you would hear before your “proven” 100 year old design blew up in your face.

    • jonathan

      Yes. Because the 1911 was made for full auto. Good comparison…glock fanboy more please?

    • mosinman

      where did the 1911 bashing come from?

    • RobStaR®

      I already commented above, but I cannot delete it, and I really do want to be in this huge debate. I hope you’ll read it and give your opnion. And can some of the Admins/Moderators delete my previous comments above, cos they are totally the same? Thanks in advance…

      1st comment)
      YO Mushiman, or Mosinman or whatever da Fq you call yourself. Did you come up with that nickname yourself? Yeah, I think so! You know, a while back when I was hiking in Africa. I stumbled upon a tribe that was yet undiscovered by the western world. They spoke with clicks and boy do you have to make an efford if you want to understand them. The language sounds similar as my typing on my keyboard right now, just to give you an impression on how their language sounds like. Now, what does this got to do with Glocks? Or like you said: “Real men carry 1911s”
      Now this is about your nickname, and about real men. Cos the tribe in Africa, which I stumbled upon, said to me: “MosinMan, clickeddyclack, is that his real name?” Get da fq outta here! And you tell he’s a real man? Y&ou know what Mosinman means in our language? It means:”clickettyclickettyclackettyclock”(translation= “Very brave man that jumped over five cows, but got stuck with his ass on fifth cow’s horn, then tripped, and fell with his mouth open on the witch-doctor’s cock”). Now I understand that you carry a 1911s with just 7 rounds. I carry a Magnum 9mm! And yes, I also own a 1911, but I also own a toilet brush. Doesn’t mean I will carry it around, and tell people that I’m a real man. Dumbass. Have you ever shot anythimg else than your father’s 1911. You don’t know diddly squat if it comes to guns. Just read your comment and my reply. Then conclude that a real man doesn’t make up his own nickname. It was given to him by his friends. And yes, my name is Robert, hence RobStaR®

      2nd comment)

      Shit I made a huge mistake. My appologies Mosinman. My comment was to reply Maro45′s comment. And yes Maro45 means:”Great man who jumped over five cows, but got stuck with his ass on the fifth cow’s horn, now Maro45 tripped, and fell with his mouth open on the witch doctor’s dick”

      Well it sounds more like clickettyclickettyclackettyquak… but even that doesn’t sound right. If I could record the clicking sound of me typing on my keyboard, then you would actually hear what your name sounds like.

      Tshiit, real men carry 1911s! And the polymer of the Glock is crappy.

      Well for a handgun it doesn’t matter that much, but I can tell a lot of you know nothing about carrying heavy duty metal. Why da fq do you think that the army now uses carbon rifles. Of course the barrel is still made of steel, but if you can reduce a rifle that weighs 2500grams into something that weighs about 1300 grams; I know what I would be carrying around.

      AZnd let’s talk about my Magnum 9mm. It’s all steel. If you compare it with a Glock7 it looks exactly the same except for the polymer. If I carry my Magnum in my holster I really do feel the weight. And that’s why I rather carry a Glock.

      If you would say: Yeah, but the Desert Eagle is much better, or the revolver equivalent of the .357, I would immediately say you are right. But come on… a 1911. They built that shit like a century ago. And of course it’s one of the best weapons ewver made. Never jams, is reliable… but it’s also small, like the WALTHER PPK. Have you ever seen a poster fo Pierce Brosnan playing James Bond with in his left arm a beautiful lady, and in hisright hand the tiny Walther PPK. Shit, it really looks ridiculous.

      The AK47 is also a very fine instrument. Never jams, and is a weapon of mass destruction. I will bet my entire life savings on the fact that there have been more people killed with the AK-47, than with the 2 A-Bombs that nuked Hiroshima & Nagasaki. The Americans even made their own AK-47, but they called it the M-16 (=Like they invented that superb rifle). But here comes the big but, if you would ask me what do you want for X-Mas? An AK-47, or the Belgium made P-90 (=if you dunno what a P-90 is go watch Stargate-SG1: O’Neill always uses that gun, or just google it). The P-90 isn’t as popular as the AK-47/M-16, but if you look closely you can see that you can use it in close quarters (like a handgun) it turns very fast in another corner (just look at the picture and imagine yourself using it (an AK-47 is only good in the open), or you can use the P-90 at far distances (you can even attach a scope if you want, heck, you attach a scope & a light for those close quarters, which are mostly dark.

      These were my 2 cents and then some. Have a nice day. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em! And to all you homoboys who like the 1911. I guess they should, cos it’s the only one, together with the Walther PPK, that will fit there where the sun don’t shine.

  • Alex-mac

    It’s a shame the Glocks rate of fire is so high, makes it practically useless even in a carbine.

    • Saiyyid

      It is not meant for a point target, any rapid firing weapon is for a area target. It is awesome, only it is lopsided, weight of the ammunition is too heavy for the weight of the weapon.

  • http://www.premierfirearms.com Dan

    The day I can pick up a glock 19 at walmart is the day I’ll buy 1 of these :)

  • Zermoid

    I wonder why they didn’t go the “open back and drop in rounds” route? Thumbing in 100 rds is gotta be a pain.

    • Buster charlie

      That method would not be possible with the way the magazine is designed.I got a korean beta mag clone and I’m not sure the whole stack could be dropped in from the rear.

  • mosinman

    the ad for this should be “have a loved one who is a mall ninja? cant think of what to get him? well we at beta company have the product for you! this 2 pound magazine will hold 80 rounds of live ammo and 20 dummy rounds ! for unparalleled tactical superiority! buy now!”

    • RobStaR®

      YO Mushiman, or Mosinman or whatever da Fq you call yourself. Did you come up with that nickname yourself? Yeah, I think so! You know, a while back when I was hiking in Africa. I stumbled upon a tribe that was yet undiscovered by the western world. They spoke with clicks and boy do you have to make an efford if you want to understand them. The language sounds similar as my typing on my keyboard right now, just to give you an impression on how their language sounds like. Now, what does this got to do with Glocks? Or like you said: “Real men carry 1911s”
      Now this is about your nickname, and about real men. Cos the tribe in Africa, which I stumbled upon, said to me: “MosinMan, clickeddyclack, is that his real name?” Get da fq outta here! And you tell he’s a real man? Y&ou know what Mosinman means in our language? It means:”clickettyclickettyclackettyclock”(translation= “Very brave man that jumped over five cows, but got stuck with his ass on fifth cow’s horn, then tripped, and fell with his mouth open on the witch-doctor’s cock”). Now I understand that you carry a 1911s with just 7 rounds. I carry a Magnum 9mm! And yes, I also own a 1911, but I also own a toilet brush. Doesn’t mean I will carry it around, and tell people that I’m a real man. Dumbass. Have you ever shot anythimg else than your father’s 1911. You don’t know diddly squat if it comes to guns. Just read your comment and my reply. Then conclude that a real man doesn’t make up his own nickname. It was given to him by his friends. And yes, my name is Robert, hence RobStaR®

      • RobStaR®

        Shit I made a huge mistake. My appologies Mosinman. My comment was to reply Maro45’s comment. And yes Maro45 means:”Great man who jumped over five cows, but got stuck with his ass on the fifth cow’s horn, now Maro45 tripped, and fell with his mouth open on the witch doctor’s dick”

        Well it sounds more like clickettyclickettyclackettyquak… but even that doesn’t sound right. If I could record the clicking sound of me typing on my keyboard, then you would actually hear what your name sounds like.

        Tshiit, real men carry 1911s! And the polymer of the Glock is crappy.

        Well for a handgun it doesn’t matter that much, but I can tell a lot of you know nothing about carrying heavy duty metal. Why da fq do you think that the army now uses carbon rifles. Of course the barrel is still made of steel, but if you can reduce a rifle that weighs 2500grams into something that weighs about 1300 grams; I know what I would be carrying around.

        AZnd let’s talk about my Magnum 9mm. It’s all steel. If you compare it with a Glock7 it looks exactly the same except for the polymer. If I carry my Magnum in my holster I really do feel the weight. And that’s why I rather carry a Glock.

        If you would say: Yeah, but the Desert Eagle is much better, or the revolver equivalent of the .357, I would immediately say you are right. But come on… a 1911. They built that shit like a century ago. And of course it’s one of the best weapons ewver made. Never jams, is reliable… but it’s also small, like the WALTHER PPK. Have you ever seen a poster fo Pierce Brosnan playing James Bond with in his left arm a beautiful lady, and in hisright hand the tiny Walther PPK. Shit, it really looks ridiculous.

        The AK47 is also a very fine instrument. Never jams, and is a weapon of mass destruction. I will bet my entire life savings on the fact that there have been more people killed with the AK-47, than with the 2 A-Bombs that nuked Hiroshima & Nagasaki. The Americans even made their own AK-47, but they called it the M-16 (=Like they invented that superb rifle). But here comes the big but, if you would ask me what do you want for X-Mas? An AK-47, or the Belgium made P-90 (=if you dunno what a P-90 is go watch Stargate-SG1: O’Neill always uses that gun, or just google it). The P-90 isn’t as popular as the AK-47/M-16, but if you look closely you can see that you can use it in close quarters (like a handgun) it turns very fast in another corner (just look at the picture and imagine yourself using it (an AK-47 is only good in the open), or you can use the P-90 at far distances (you can even attach a scope if you want, heck, you attach a scope & a light for those close quarters, which are mostly dark.

        These were my 2 cents and then some. Have a nice day. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em! And to all you homoboys who like the 1911. I guess they should, cos it’s the only one, together with the Walther PPK, that will fit there where the sun don’t shine.

  • Nicks87

    It’s junk!

    Cuz a real man’s gun only holds 7 rounds!

    • firemoose826

      Yea a real mans gun holds either 7-9 but a true man only needs one in the chamber LOL jk

    • maro45

      Plastic guns are for faggots like you. Real men carry 1911s.

      • Gonzo

        I carry a 1911 and just bought a Glock. Real men don’t care what other people say “real men” are supposed to do.

      • Jeff

        Guys that call other guys “faggots” for carrying “PLASTIC GUNS”, which they’re not, they’re polymer framed shit for brains, are generally FAGGOTS themselves… LOL :) Dumbass!

    • http://TexasGunGuy john schmidt

      I’ll fight you anywhere, anytime will 100 rounds of .223 against your pissy 7 rounds.

      Accuracy thru volume.

  • Avery

    I’m wondering how many people were slightly disappointed when they found this was coming out in 9mm and not .45. The Super V really needs a better ammo solution.